Caleb Nelson

Caleb is a book reviewer of accessible theology for WORLD. He is the pastor of Harvest Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA) and teaches English and literature at HSLDA Online Academy. Caleb resides with his wife and their four children in Gillette, Wyo.

What we ought to be

Books | Four books about the variety of humans
by Caleb Nelson
Posted 7/29/20, 05:20 pm

The Beautiful Community: Unity, Diversity, and the Church at Its Best by Irwyn L. Ince Jr.: In The Beautiful Community (available in paperback Aug. 4), Ince illustrates the foundation of multiethnic community in the triune God, its creation through the work of Jesus Christ, and its outworking in local churches as they orbit around the beauty of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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Words with beauty and power

Books | Accessible theology: four new books
by Caleb Nelson
Posted 2/27/20, 03:57 pm

The Soul in Paraphrase: A Treasury of Classic Devotional Poems by Leland Ryken: Dissatisfied with available anthologies of Christian poetry, Wheaton professor and ESV Bible editor Leland Ryken created his own. He explains each of the 150 poems by defining all the difficult words and phrases and then describing the work’s artistry and spiritual qualities. In every poem he finds “profundity of meaning and richness of experience.” Ryken understands the imagination and poetic sensibility of Christian life, and he lays bare the power and beauty of great English poems.

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Four theology books

by Caleb Nelson & Susan Olasky
Posted 9/12/19, 01:47 pm

On Difficulties in Sacred Scripture 

St. Maximos the Confessor

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